Thrills and spills in London
October 12, 2012 by Mark
Thrill-seekers are welcome to come out and experience ‘A Thriller Ride in London’, as guests peddle their way along the 44 miles of road with 12 miles dedicated to Halloween. Taking place tomorrow, October 21, guests can enjoy the scenic fall color palette through the gently rolling hills of Laurel, Clay, and Jackson Counties.
The thriller ride leaves London and travels through the downtown core of the city and through South-Central Laurel County. There are three different routes planned for this thriller ride, but all three routes pass by the Mountain Life Museum, which has become known as the location with ‘over the top’ decorations adorned lovingly by campers who are moved by the Spirit of Halloween in October, plus the Levi Jackson State Park with its quilt of fall colors blazing for all to observe. The Thriller and the Zombie routes have rest stops and proceeds from all rides are used to offset operating expenses and to promote cycling in the Cumberland Valley region of Laurel County.
Poster printing and flyer printing were probably used to promote this Halloween Thriller Ride to residents of the community and surrounding residencies. Registration is $25 per person and begins at 8:00 am tomorrow, with the ride commencing at 9:00 am. This ride will be leaving the Old Hospital Parking Lot, located at the corner of Main Street and 9th Street in downtown London, Kentucky. For updates and registration details, please visit the Cumberland Valley Cycling Club website, The Thriller Ride on Facebook, or call 606-224-1582.